Liga de Videojuegos Profesional (LVP), the premier video-game provider in Spain that provides the official League of Legends competition in Spain, called Superliga Orange, has implemented the regulations proposed by the Esports Integrity Coalition (ESIC) programme.
LVP joined ESIC in February and enforced the ESIC regulations when the Summer Split commenced on May 25th. However, the announcement of the implementation was made only July 16th. As part of adopting this new set of standards, LVP has incorporated a code of conduct for dealing with players’ behaviour, an anti-corruption code to deal with betting on esports and potential match-fixing, and a code of ethics.
Those who compete in the Superliga Orange will have to complete an anti-corruption online tutorial to ensure they understand the fundamentals of the programme. LVP has also brought in a disciplinary procedure that will make the ins and outs of investigations known to the public, and match reports will be published after each match has concluded.
The main purpose of employing such rules and regulations is in an attempt to ensure a fair and entertaining experience both players, staff, and spectators by making sure the integrity of the tournament is intact and there are minimal wrong-doings.
ESIC also works with other tournament organisers such as ESL, DreamHack, and UMG.

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